Editorials

Budget crunch will require some hard choices

Last week’s announcement that the Holbrook repaving project started back up will be about the only good news for street improvements this year. It is likely that the…

Hamtramck might be small, but it’s not small-town minded

Recently, a good friend of Hamtramck, journalist Michael Jackman, posted on his Facebook page an article he wrote a couple of years ago that got us thinking. Jackman…

News

Election deadline approaching

Election deadline approaching

  By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck’s election season is about to be off and running. Next…

School board to interview six candidates for superintendent’s position

School board to interview six candidates for superintendent’s position

  By Charles Sercombe The search for a new public school superintendent is ramping up…

It’s take two for Holbrook

It’s take two for Holbrook

By Charles Sercombe The Holbrook repair project is back on the road. The intersection at…

Did GM refuse an offer for its Poletown Plant?

Did GM refuse an offer for its Poletown Plant?

  By Charles Sercombe GM didn’t have to close down its Poletown Plant. According to…

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Business

Maine Street celebrates 20 years of dishing up good food

Maine Street celebrates 20 years of dishing up good food

    By Charles Sercombe While many restaurants have come and gone in Hamtramck in recent times, there has been one constant for the past 20 years. Maine…

For $15 a month, FRD Pharmacy can hook you up with a doctor

By Alan Madlane Ever wake up in the middle of the night and feel sick, but not sick enough to wait hours and hours in a hospital emergency…

Market owner gives thanks back to customers for Thanksgiving

Market owner gives thanks back to customers for Thanksgiving

    By Charles Sercombe For 45 years Mike Kizy and his family have operated Sam’s Market at Commor and Fleming. It’s probably not going out on a…

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Hamtramck celebrates Veterans Day

Hamtramck celebrates Veterans Day

  By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck veterans and residents gathered on Saturday morning to salute those who served. The Hamtramck Allied Veterans…

News

Fundraiser for baseball stadium reaches its goal

Fundraiser for baseball stadium reaches its goal

  By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck’s historic baseball stadium scored a big win. The online fundraising effort to raise $50,000 was met on Wednesday – a week before…

Features

For these podcasters, there’s nothing scary about horror movies

By Joe Anthony Myrick Special to The Review For many of us, horror movies give us nightmares. For Hamtramck natives “Barnabas and Samael,” nothing brings them more…

Editorials

With fingers crossed, good things are happening at the old ball park

A huge thanks is due to the good folks at The Friends of Historic Hamtramck Stadium and the Piast Institute. They recently sponsored an ambitious online fundraising…

Sports

Frontier soccer team scores an upset in state championship play

Frontier soccer team scores an upset in state championship play

    By Ian Perrotta Before last Saturday (Nov. 3), most people had never heard of Frontier International Academy. It only took 90 minutes to change that.…